NBA and Players’ Union Agree To New 7-Year Contract As Focus Turns to TV Deals

The new collective bargaining agreement with the National Basketball Players Association comes as the league prepares…

Workers’ Pay Globally Hasn’t Kept Up With Inflation

Wage growth in advanced economies is stagnant or declining from high levels. This is good news…

Idaho, Utah Workers Led U.S. in Quitting Jobs, While New Yorkers Largely Stayed Put

A strong labor market gave Americans the confidence to quit their jobs last year, especially in…

Dear Co-Workers, Call Me by My Real Name

A familiar host greeted viewers tuning in to the Winter X Games on ESPN last month,…

China’s Demographic Balloon Is Rapidly Losing Altitude

Market heard on the street The country’s population decline isn’t just about low-cost workers. This will…

Mass Layoffs or Hiring Boom? What’s Actually Happening in the Jobs Market

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Zoom to Lay Off 15% of Staff, CEO Slashes Salary

The videoconferencing company is reducing its workforce as the work-from-home trend takes off.

Lawmakers’ support falters for Macron’s pension reform in France

The proposal to raise the retirement age struck a nerve and sparked protests – with some…

U.S. Business Owners Pay Premium to Hire Migrant Workers in Extremely Tight Labor Market

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UK government-run healthcare is in trouble

For more than a decade, the British government has run its National Health Service, the world’s…